iNEMI to Hold Teleconferences for Supply Chain Support for Medical Products PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chelsey Drysdale   
Wednesday, 20 June 2012 13:37

HERNDON, VAiNEMI is investigating project possibilities for Supply Chain Support for Medical Products.

A poll was taken to identify areas to focus discussion, and the two areas getting the most interest are investigate/develop OEM/supplier business models and operating agreements (e.g., identify/develop best known methods templates); collect and publish widely available information on component and supplier capabilities. 

On June 26, the group will start conducting biweekly meetings on Tuesdays, with the goal of developing a project Statement of work.

All meetings are currently open to anyone in the industry interested in participating in the project formation discussions.

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